Biography: The youngest child of a senior British army officer, Juliet spent her childhood all over the world, including postings in West Germany, Australia, and Malta.She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, where she won the Bancroft Gold Medal, and was with the Royal Shakespeare Company from 1978 to 1986, playing at England's Royal Court, Stratford and National Theatres.At the age of thirty, Juliet felt it was time to leave the Royal Shakespeare Company and move on. After Truly, Madly, Deeply, the biggest British movie of 1991, she was always in demand in the world of film. Her fondness for radio work led to her being voted All Time Favourite Reader by BBC Radio 4 listeners. She also has a name as a activist for feminist causes. Juliet now lives in Highgate, North London, with her partner Hugh Brody, who is a writer, anthropologist and film-maker specializing in Eskimos and hunter-gatherers. They have one daughter, Rosalind, and a son, Gabriel.
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